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Dec 25, 2011 9:00pm EST
, who served in the george w. bush administration before resigning in 2007. the former texas secretary of state and texas supreme court justice really spoke about his experiences at the bush white house. the judicial confirmation process and his thoughts on current legal issues. this is part of an event sponsored by the birmingham, alabama, chapter of the federalist society. it's about 40 minutes. >> i'm often asked, what is it like to work in the white house? what is it like to work in the oval office and give the president of the united states advice on terrorism policy? what it's like to be in a the situation room in 2003 and witness the president give general tommy franks the order to commence operation of iraqi freedom? what is it like to be on the south lawn on the evening of september 11, 2001, and greet the president when the marine one lands on that historic day? what is it like? you know, for a lawyer, for an american citizen, for the son of a poor construction worker, it's a privilege, it's a duty, it's a source of pride and excitement. people come from all over the world to
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